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welcome county investigators are still working to determine how a teenage girl ended up dead in a raleigh >> deputies discovered her body saturday afternoon. makaya thundershower monojoins us with more on the investigation. >> reporter: there are so many questions in this case. the medical examiner could at least answer some of those as early as today. on saturday, wake county deputies responded to a call of a possible drowning. it happened at heritage point subdivision pool on valley forge drive. once on the scene, deputies found a 17-year-old
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authorities have not confirmed the cause of death. neighbors say the pool was closed on friday due to potential dangers associated with storms in the area. the medical examiner will perform an autopsy say today. of course, we will let you know any new details as we have them. l,na and brian? . >> mikaya thundershower man live in downtown raleigh. thank you. two men will be in court tomorrow, accused of killing a man following a fight at a sports bar in fayetteville. hue better underwood ii, and stephen mosser are charged with first-degree murder. they're in the cumber land county detention cent per morning without bond. police say they killed 52-year- old michael mansfield. police responded to a call of an assault on nearby boulevard early saturday morning. police say the three men were inside the bar before the confrontation. when they left the bar, there was a physical fight in the parking lot. authorities say mansfield was assaulted and then left unconscious as underwood and roster drove away.
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police are investigating a man's death. they say the 50-year-old man's body was found in a are takenning pond between the out back steak house and rose inn. police are calling it a suspicious death. police have not released the man's name or any details about how he died. a man is recovering after he was shot during a home invasion. police went to a home on east main street last night. the victim had been satellite in the leg. police describe his injuries as minor. officers are looking for at least one suspect. a man is in custody, charged in the shooting month. jeffrey reneso faces murder charges in the death of 23-year-old laquan anderson. the father of two was found dead behind a home on august 18th. it's not even october yet, but winston salem police are investigating a suspicious person in a creepy costume. police say that yesterday someone dressed as a clown was trying to lure children into the woods by offering them treats. two children saw the person,
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the suspect fled once officers arrived. nobody was harmed. winston salem police say they are taking the matter seriously. there have been similar incidents reported recently in south carolina. police are looking into what caused a deadly motor-vehicle crash in fayetteville. it happened saturday night on north bil,y road. investigators say 39-year-old melanie louis lost control of the motor-vehicle, and crashed. she died at cape fear valley medical center. we are going wrap up our labor day holiday weekend on a nice note. >> certainly looks that way. we're going to see a lot of surge and blue skies out there as two finish out the long week. we started out a little on the cool note this morning. starting to come back up a bit temperaturewise now. we're still 54 degrees in rocksboro. 61 at the raleigh durham airport. over in ashboro, 58. we have 63 in greenville, 64 degrees around both fayetteville and goldsboro. as we look at satellite and radar, of course toward
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still see areas of rain and rain showers associated with hermine. there's also an upper level low pressure area forming off the coast. and a few of those will drift in to eastern sections of north carolina as we go through the day. so after starting with mainly sunny skies this morning, we'll have mostly cloudy skies at lunch time, a few streaky high clouds here and there. we'll be about 79 degrees by then. as we head out toward 3, 4:00 this afternoon, a mix of sun, some high clouds. the humidity stays fairly low, kind of like yesterday. then, if you're out and about this evening, we drop to around 04 by 8 p.m. we should have mainly clear skies at that point. we do have hotter weather coming later on this week, and we'll talk talk all about that in the 7-day forecast coming up in about 10 minutes or so. 8:04 now. the presidential candidates are hitting the road this labor day. >> this as new poll numbers show where they stand with voters. >> and president obama and russia's president huddle on the side lines of the g20
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adelle: at first, i was so happy to teach in north carolina. but we've fallen to 41st in teacher pay, 44th in per-student spending, and a lot of us even have to buy school supplies. governor mccrory talks about raising our pay, but he tried to cut education funding to its lowest budget share in over 30 years. like over two thousand other teachers, i'm having to move to another state someone needs to fix this. welcome back. it's 8:70 now. donald trump is off the campaign trail this labor day; but after a week long break, hillary clinton is hitting the road.
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is helping her out. >> reporter: the clinton team hit battle ground states this labor day, including bernie sanders going solo for the first time on her half. >> there's no question to my mind that hillary clinton is far, far, far and away the superior candidate. >> how are you? >> reporter: bill clinton is in ohio today. so is tim kaine. he's also stopping in pennsylvania, defending clinton's e-mailing classified information. >> when she received was classified, which was supposed to be flagged and identified as classified, in many instances, was improperly labeled. >> reporter: clinton's poll numbers are dropping, but trump's not gaining. he just lost another republican. >> if we can not, for the future of the party be associated with this kind of message and with this kind of tone and tenor. >> reporter: trump's surrogates are having a hard time explaining what he would do with 11 million law-abiding immigrants here illegally. >> maybe some of them have to
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necessarily all of them. >> he's been completely consistent on this point. >> reporter: mike pence said he'll release his tax returns this week, and promises at some point, trump will, too. nbc news, washington. >> more details about bernie sanders campaigning today. they are going to be -- rather, sanders himself is going to be in new hampshire. it's his first solo campaign event for hillary clinton. bernie sand sers expected to clinton's economic plan. . and both the democratic and republican presidential nominees will be in north carolina this week. donald trump is scheduled to hold a rally in greenville tomorrow night to talk about his immigration policy. the raleigh is at the greenville convention center at 7. doors open at 4. hillary clinton is planning a public campaign stop
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president vladimir putin agreed to keep working on the u.s. russian effort for a cease fire in syria. this new information is coming from the g20 summit of the world's wealthiest nations. this comes as secretary of state john kerry says a couple of tough issues remain after the latest in a series of talks with his russian counter part. south korea's military says that north korea fired three ballistic missiles off its eastern coast today. that show of force apparently is timed to coinside with the g20 summit beijing is the north's only major ally, but ties between the neighbors have frayed recently amid a string of nuclear and missile tests. tensions are mounting over a bus ling migrant in france. >> the action dozens of french work rester expected to take today. that's next. >> and an effort to say thank you is gaining a lot
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out's 9 to 5, dolly parton. you never heard this before? . >> i have heard this before, but i thought it was the supremes or something. i didn't realize it was dolly parton. >> perfect for labor day. absolutely. it doesn't quite apply here. >> no. >> 3, 2, 1. >> any way, we'll move on, take a look how this labor day is going to be for
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even if you are and get some time off later. we're starting things off really bright. you can see the sun shining brightly on salem street there, the blue sky above. 61 the current temperature. winds are calm, the dew point at about 59 degrees with a pressure of 30.26 inches. we take a look at some of the town by town temperatures as we're starting the day, and right now they range anywhere from mid-50s to mid-60s. we have 55 in roxboro, but as warm fayetteville, goldsboro. 62 in southern pines as wall. up at south hill, virginia, 59. these temperatures are a little bit cooler than the same time sunday morning. anywhere from 2 or 3 degrees in spots to as much as 5, 6 degrees cooler than yesterday at the same time inst. as we take a look at satellite and radar, one of the reasons we're able to cool off like that is the fact we had very little cloud cover during most of the nighttime hours. later yesterday, there were a couple fair weather clouds around.
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isolated showers along the coast. we continue to watch, of course, the circulation associated with hermine well off to our northeast at this point. it's an extra tropical storm storm, meaning it's not organized in the manner a tropical cyclone is, but it's still quite powerful. on the west side of it we have a ridge of high pressure at the surface, extending from northeast of new york into western pennsylvania, down into western north carolina. pretty dry air east of that high. a lot of and should stay mainly clear for the day. we do have a frontal system. there's the low pressure area that constitutes hermune at this point. it looks like it's drifting very slowly north now, 70 miles per hour wind else. it will drift a little to the east, then back to the northeast over the next 2 or 3 days, eventually weakening. however, it could bring a bit of a pounding to the nearby coast in terms of high waves and some high water. not possessive winds expected up there, and only
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associated with it along those coasts. we have those -- in control today. on the west side of hermine an upper level low close to it. high cirrus clouds that will move across parts of the eastern half of our viewing area during the late morning through the afternoon. but by late afternoon and evening, those clear out as well. we'll have clear skies tonight, high pressure and dry air dominate tomorrow. so expect our tuesday to basically be sunny from sun up to sun down approach. and we'll continue with fairly low humidity then as well. and with the high pressure in control, our rain chances remain very low through next several days. probably through the workweek, and they only come up a little bit for next weekend. today we're looking for a high around 86 degrees. as we head on through our labor day, it will be about 79 -- lurch time. plenty of sun as we get out in the afternoon. that high of 86 with fairly low humidity. if you're out in the evening, back to about 74 degrees by 8 p.m.
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degrees. tomorrow's high edges up into the lower 90s; but our humidity -- dew points dropping in the upper 50s to around 60. the humidity not all that wad at all. it does come up a little for wednesday as we climb to 93. it will be fairly humid on thursday and friday. we get to the mid-90s those days with the dew points in the upper 60s to near 70 before a little bit of a cooling trend heading into the weekend. there's a look at i-440 and lasseter mill with a fair amount of cars out ther they're moving right along. a lot of pavement and not many cars over at i-85 and buch street in durham this morning. back to you. >> people enjoying their time indoors this morning. there's a protest planned today in northern france to demand the closure of a calais migrant camp known as the jungle. truckers, dock workers, farmers, and merchants plan to block a major highway today. the interior minister promised friday to close the calais camp, but protesters want him to set a date. the protest would block the
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euro tunnel and port. the camp is home to at least 7,000 migrants from the mideast and africa, trying to reach britain. we should know more this week about the discovery of a boy missing for 27 years in minnesota. investigators found the remains of jacob wetterl,y over the weekend. he was just 11 years old when he was kidnapped in 1989. fifty three-year-old danny h,inrich was nailed as a person of interest last year. officials have not confirmed what new close finally led to mourners will hold a vigil for a minnesota man police shot and killed in july. fernando castille's death sparked nationwide protests. a memorial was held last week at the spot where an officer shot castulle. demonstrators briefly stopped traffic during the vigil, bringing cars to a standstill for about ten minutes. and australian toon who planned an isis inspired attack on police officers was
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years in prison. subdet biss,m pleaded guilty in judge. he had faced a maximum sentence of life in prison. investigators say bussem wanted to run over and behead a police officer during an australian have the ran's day ceremony. he could be eligible for parole in seven years. this morning, turkey says it has cleared isis from its board we are syria. the move could add to tensions with the united states over syria policy. turkish troops and allied syrian rebels expelled the islamic state group from the last strip of territory it controlled along turkey border. convoys could be seen returning back to remembered controlled villages after that -- operation. the operation put turkey in control of land it wanted to keep the u.s. -- in check. thirty-eight people mcdonald in a string of bombings inside government territory in syria. syrian state media reports that multiple bomb blasts struck government and military targets around the country. there's been no immediate claim of responsibility.
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towns in may that killed more than 160 people. brazilian protesters are calling for new presidential elections. sao paolo police say they fired tear gas to stop vandalism after an initially peaceful demonstration yesterday against president michelle tamir. groups gathered on the copa cabana promenade to demand -- removal. brazil's former president was impeached and removed from office last week for illegal accoun practices. pope francis bestowed the honor of sainthood on mother teresa in a ceremony at the vatican. an estimated 20,000 people attended saturday's canonization of the nun. she was known as the saint of the gutters. after the mass, the pope followed in her foot steps. he supplied a pizza lunch for hundreds of homeless people. london marked the 350th anniversary of its great fire with a firey show on river thames last night. david best designed a huge
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century london skyline that was floated on a barge and than set on fire. take a look there. the art insulation took two months to build, and burnt extremely quickly. fire crews were there to put out the flames. a generous man is giving all of his fortune to his alma mater. robert marin was a long time former librarian and university of new hampshire aluminize. he died last year, but left his $4 million estate as a gift to the school. now the school is planning to make several new improvements and add donation. marin had one special request, that $100,000 be given to the library. a good meal for a good cause, raising money for people hardest hit by the earthquake in italy. capri restaurant served up dish called pass et cetera ammatraciana, which originated in -- one of the towns hit hardest by the quake. one hundred percent of proceeds
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the italian red cross. this labor day weekend, many took the time to recognize those who put their lives at risk every day. this is an event called feed the force. several dozen restaurants are offering free meals to law enforcement officers in uniform. this all started yesterday, and it continues today. the owner of malley's pub in raleigh started with just a couple dozen partnering restaurants shortly after the ambush on dallas police officers back in judge. now more than 120 restaurants around north are participat ing. >> i don't know that i had a number in my mind. i just was hoping that it would work. you know, i didn't know how big it would get or how far it would spread. i just wanted it to be successful, and now that i look back on it, i certainly think that it was, or that it is successful. >> you know, it's always something that you want to do you want to help them because they help you. >> absolutely. i mean -- and it's just the right thing to do.
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support. for information on the restaurants that are participating, you can go to the feed the force page on facebook. the african american cultural festival wrapped up over the weekend with singing, dancing, plenty of fun. the annual festival happens on downtown raleigh's fayetteville street. it's a celebration of community, and of the traditions of african americans here and around the world. people enjoy great food, and vendors offered items, like clothing, jewelry, and home decor. you see activities there. wral is a proud sponsor of this event. >> great event. and thankfully, the weather cleared up nicely for in the. >> perfect for a festival, any outdoor event yesterday. >> absolutely. i know mikaya thundershower monowas out there saturday as the emcee. she had a good time, big crowd. look forward to next year's. 8:23. governor pat mcrory is urging steps to help protect farmers. >> plus the new trend in the
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be more prepared to
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they responded to a call at the heritage point subdivision -- on valley forge drive. we can get system of the answers in that case later today. both democratic and republican presidential nominees are going to be in north carolina this week. donald trump is scheduled to
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about his immigration policy. hillary clinton is planning a campaign stop thursday in charlotte. we had beautiful weather yesterday. it should continue today. >> that's the way it looks. we got high pressure just to our west. it will dominate across the area. it's given us a bright start to the day so far with mainly clear skies. we also started a little cool with temperatures in the 50s to around 60. we have 05 in rocksboro in tarboro. about 61 for both raleigh and durham. we're looking at 64 now in fayetteville and goldsboro. about 64 around the lorenburg, maxton area. not much cloud cover out there during the nighttime hours. we have high clouds to our northeast you can see spinning into eastern virginia. some of those may spread into eastern north carolina through the course of the day. they'll and the to be fairly thin and streaky. we'll look for about 79 at lunch time with mostly cloudy skies. as we head through the afternoon, a mixture of sun
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clouds, especially over eastern parts of our viewing area. we'll look for a high around 86 degrees. humidity remains fairly low. and a nice evening ahead, 74 and mainly clear at 8:00. >> thanks very much, mike. next on fox 50, the lingering impact of hermine along the north carolina coast. >> and how the storm is putting a lid on some of the labor day fun for people in the northeast. oper, and you deserve the truth about the crime lab. when i became attorney general, we discovered a backlog of more than 5,000 dna test kits
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isn't telling you is that we cleared the backlog. we also solved over 2,000 crimes and put killers and rapists in prison from cold cases. we fixed the problems at the crime lab,
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governor mcrory says -- >> he and other state leaders toured some of the damage over the weekend. kathryn brown reports.
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feet of water on this farm in t,rr,l county -- soybean crops. >> depends -- if those beans rot, if they'll dry out. >> reporter: paraby and other farmers met to assess the damage left behind from tropical storm hermine, also getting a first-hand look, governor pat mcrory. the state's emergency management director. >> we're here today to listen, to tr solutions to the problems, and hopefully we can prevent this from happening again. >> reporter: because this happens a lot, farms that sit adjacent to federal fish and wildlife refuge sites suffer. the refuge land, they say, is not equipped to handle heavy rain. so the run off runs off on to their land, drowning their crops >> so this farm can't drain, so not only am i holding my 5 inches, i'm holding a good portion of
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says he's currently working with the federal government to try and protect farmers from going through this again, whether it's a tropical storm system that comes through or a run of-the-mill rainstorm that throws their crops in chaos. >> that was kathryn brown reporting. farmers say they are keeping a very close eye on their land and crossing their fingers the floodwaters will recede quickly and allow them to salvage most okekoke island is back open after evacuations. all ferry routes are back -- normal operations. there's some substantial doubting water leading to the hat race okekoke ferry. rip currents are a concern. officials flew over the outer banks to assess damage from hermine. take a look at some of these new images. you can see the waves crashing all the way up to homes on the beach, and drivers trying to make their way through flooded part of the road.
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road and into the front yards of several homes. coast guard is still in the process of assessing damage in north carolina and also in virginia. no word yet if repairs are underway following a sewage back up in durham. complaints of a sewage overflow were reported on the 1700 block of hillcrest drive yesterday afternoon. durham city officials tell us the problem is not a city -- management issue. instead the repairs should be handled by property management. first we saw that crop damage because of hermine. in an accident related to the high winds. >> things are pretty quiet out there as far as anything else coming along anytime soon. there's a weak disturbance well to our southeast. that doesn't look like it has a very good chance to develop. hermine is off to our northeast. it will still bring some rough surf and return to northern northern california beaches today, and then those effects will diminish over the next couple days. right now things are quiet across central north carolina. we've got bright blue skies in
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downtown there. and town by town temperatures are a little on the cool side this morning. upper 0s to low 60s most spots now. 59 at hillsboro. we have 58 henderson. carthage checking in at 62. night gale is 61, and will son checking in with 62 degrees. a nice day to get outside, and some of you might want to hit the pool even for one late summer time. we've got 75 degrees on tap for 10:00 a.m. this morning with sunny skies. during the afternoon, we reach as warm as 86 with mostly cloudy skies, a few and humidity fairly low. the uv index at about 7 to 9. looks like we will be heating up the next couple days, maybe even a little more after that, as we'll see in the 7-day forecast coming up in about 10 minutes. back to you. >> thanks, mike. more and more teachers are using crowd funding sites to get the supplies they need for the classroom. they're using web sites like go fund me and donors choose. contributions on the two sites went from about 01 million in 2010 to nearly 140 million last year.
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clips that in 2016. industry analysts say the sites are popular, because postrecession local, state, and federal revenue has been unable to keep one the state's needs after deep cuts. some new research shows whole brain radiation does little to help people whose lung cancer has spread to their brain. a study of 500 patients shod whole brain radiation did not improve survival or quality identify life more than sister roadways or treatment for the majority of lung cancer patients. hollywood's a listers and top musicians are getting ready to take over prime time tv in the fight against cancer. the substantial doubt up to cancer fund raising special is this friday. the event is a ground breaking initiative created to accelerate innovative cancer research that will get new therapies to patients quickly and save lives now. here's video from last year's stand up to cancer
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davis, kristen wiig a few of the stars participating. you can watch it here on fox 50 or on our sister station, wral. >> should be entertaining as well as -- it's a great cause it's a big cool to get all of the networks to participate in something like that. very important. well remembering the day hurricane fran hit north carolina nearly 20 years ago. >> we take a look back at one of the big issues following the storm that led to a lot of controversy in our area. >> plus he was the cofounder of burt's bees. how that company is putting a piece of his history
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twenty years ago, hurricane -- hammered north carolina, carving a path of damage across the state. there was a lot of flooding in johnston county, and some blamed water releases from falls dam. the army corps of engineers
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case. bill leslie looks back at what happened. >> reporter: falls dam is located right about there. >> reporter: during hurricane fran, terry brown was the water control manager for the u.s. army corps of engineers. he was responsible for managing floodwaters for car, jordan, and falls lakes, which were all affected by fran. >> one of the biggest conditions was just the immensity of the rain that came in. >> reporter: brown says some water had to be released from falls lake dam floodwater coming in. >> the army corps of engineers is urn leashing a record amount of water downstream into the noos river. >> we were making minimum releases, about the lowest we could make legally. >> reporter: but brown says the public perception was the releases were causing downstream flooding. >> the water would not rise up anymore. they told us they wouldn't release it so much, and now they're releasing more. >> here's the input coming in the falls, this blue
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we were making. >> reporter: brown says downstream flooding was being caused by downstream rain and swollen tributaries flowing into the noos river. >> the corps of engineers says monday's flooding downstream in johnston county is not directly attributable to the water release falls dam. >> we didn't communicate enough what we were doing and what we were not doing. >> reporter: brown says the corps did not change anything about the way fran, but it said it did -- to keep the media and public better informed in emergencies. >> you can find extra hurricane fran coverage anytime on our updated wral app, watch videos of our original coverage of the storm back in 1996, and see how the state worked together to clean up the damage. that bonus material is on our web site and the wral.com news app. the app is also available on roku, apple tv, amazon
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select "fran." . the converted turkey coupe is finding a new home in durham. burt's bees purchased the structure where burt chavitz lived and moved it to the company headquarters in durham. . burt's bees hopes to open the humble cedar shingled home in norfolk tides today with a special day game. the first pitch is at 1:05. the team will pull out all of the stops with the season's last game. one last lap by willie bull on his go cart. >> have to wait till next spring to get out there and see it. good news about an animal of us love to see. they're now off the endangered list.
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now is classified as vulnerable instead of endangered. it's all thanks to aggressive conservation efforts. the group says the panda's numbers in the wild there in southern china are growing. it's jumped from about 1600 in 2004 to more than 1800 in 2018. chinese agencies have been enforcing bans on poaching and expanding forest reserves. >> now they can live in peace. >> exactly. >> and reproduce and have a lot of cute baby pandas for us to >> we'll have videos of pandas from now on on the morning news. good thing. >> i like that. have you already seen decorations for christmas? . >> oh it just ain't right. 110 days left to go until christmas. the new phenomenon allowing retailers to extend the holiday shopping period. >> plus. >> they're wrecking and spinning, coming to the line. >> john nimicz,k wants the flag and -- >> a wild finish. i couldn't stop watching.
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canada. this wasn't even the wildst i never shop without a list. and at publix what's on the list also happens to be what's on sale. stuff you actually want... on sale! isn't that something? that's how i save at publix.
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you know what i love? when i see all the savings at the bottom of my receipt. it's proof that i'm a smart shopper. which is why i always show it to my wife.
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how 'bout you? publix. where shopping is a pleasure. >> didn't look like anybody was taking care of business. >> flying out there. >> i think we're holding it down for taking care of business in raleigh now. >> for sure. there's not a lot going on yet this morning. it's a good thing. nice that people can take some time off and have a little holiday out there. looks like it's going to be a good holiday when you do get outside and do anything outdoors today. here's one example of that.
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skies and sun over the durham -- athletic park. the last game of the bulls season today at 1:05 for the 1st pitch versus norfolk, i believe it is. i'll have the forecast for that game coming up in just a couple minutes here. right now the durham, it's 61 degrees. our wake forest has 57. we've got 59 in kerry and monocure this morning. about 60 over towards buckhorn. as we wind that view a bit, we're ranging from upper degrees. south hill up to 63. rocky mount wilson area up to 62. we have 64 in irwin and fayetteville. about 62 degrees for southern pines. now, as we take a look at satellite across the region over the last 24 hours, you'll see a couple things here. just fair weather clouds over north carolina at times yesterday. not an awful lot of those. then clear skies here the night. still the circulation associated with hermine off to our northeast.
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certainly doesn't look the classic way that tropical systems do. it's got a frontal boundary associated with it. it's a low pressure area. there's an upper-level low just south -- it's moving north slowly now, with 70 miles per hour maximum sustained winds. but that upper level low will probably turn a little bit to the west a short time for the next day, day and a half. after that it kind of circles back um, parallels the coles. after a few days it will likely start to dissipate. it does bring enough impact to the united states, that there are tropical storm warnings in effect for long island up through the cape cod area this morning. and as we watch, one of the reasons they are under that warning is the potential for tropical storm force winds, and that means 39 miles per hour winds sustained, and the chances of that is the probability next few days, about 50 to 05% for parts of cape cod, maybe 45 to 50% on long island. of course much better chances
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the particular track that the storm is going to be taking next few days. looks like, as far as we go, about the only thing it's going to do is circle high clouds on the west side of that storm, upper level low into eastern north carolina as we go through the curse of the day. we'll see a few of those. overall a large ridge of high pressure extending in from our north and west looks like it will be the dominant feature for us today. we've got sunny skies this morning. we'll see those mixed with just a few high clouds afternoon hours. as the bulls have their 1st pitch at 1:05, plenty of sun, a couple high sir rise clouds. by 3:30 game should be just about wrapping up. the humidity fairly low at that point. humidity stays fairly low tomorrow as well, although we get up to about 91 degrees. if you're out early tomorrow morning at 5:25, we'll have an international space station pass overhead. it will appear high in the west, southwestern sky,
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in the sky, about 77 degrees above the horizon. so should be bright. and than disappears just 2, 3 minutes later, low in the nearby sky. looks like we'll heat up more as we get into wednesday, thursday, and friday. by then, we're turning more humid. we get into the mid-90s on thursday and friday, edging down temperaturewise a little for saturday and sunday. sunday probably our next chance with any chance of rain. even that is quite low. on the roads, things remain quiet there at i-540 and -- we take a quick lo and lake wheeler road. in the construction area, you can see everybody moving along just fine. back to you. >> thanks, mike. lena and i are last-minute holiday shoppers, but a lot of people, lot of people, get started in july. >> i envy them. >> i do, too. >> we're not even through the labor day holiday, but some shop rester already planning for the next halloween and holiday season after that. chris klacum has more on what's being called the
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may be to already see halloween meds on store shelves two months before the night of trick or treating, did you notice the shopping phenomenon known as christmas creep got going this year even before we got through labor day? walmart kicked off its christmas layaway campaign last friday to get consumers in a buying mood. >> over the past few years, we've seen a trend where consumers and th all yearlong. >> reporter: french shelton at fat wallet and other retail experts say christmas creep gets earlier and earlier, because that's what many consumers want. >> they're taking advantage of seasonal sales, maybe when surgeon things are in stock and might not be in stock or as readily breaking ball during the holiday. >> reporter: will says the current summer clearance sales are a perfect example of that, people buying what will be
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now. but certainly not everyone buys into christmas creeping into september, and rally won't like the black friday ads some retailers are planing the day after halloween. >> truck or treat. chris clacum, nbc news. wall a daredevil show that was postponed due to tropical storm hermine is now scheduled for today. nitro circus live supposed to happen at the fayetteville motor speedway on saturday. but they had a lot of heavy it saturated the ground, made it impossible to set it up event. this is a big deal, where action sports stars are going to be performing incredibly choreographed riding routines, like the ones you're seeing on your tv. if you have tickets, bring them to today's show. the gates open at 4:00 for the general public, and, lee that, if you're a vip ticketholder, you can get there at 3:00. get roy day for it. on to a wild finish in nascar's camping world
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canadian tire motor sports park. john nimicz,k and cole custer -- after a lengthy review nimicz,k was declared the winner, and custer was not happening. this was n,macz,k's second win of the season, but this could have been custer's first. therein lies the problem. some are calling it custer's last stand on social media. >> hopefully got that. >> there you go. no texting and driving, no texting and tennis -- cypress was caught using his cell phone during a pause in his match at the u.s. open. well the chair umpire said, "none of that." he cited nagdatus for unsportsmanlike conduct. he told reporters he was trying to send a message to his wife. players are not allowed to use their phones during
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receiving texts or instructions for their coaching staff. collin capper nick is experiencing his constitutional right not to substantial doubt for the national anthem at football games. meanwhile the u.s. soccer star megan rapino also knelt during the national anthem sunday night to protest racial injustice and oppression of norths. rapino tweet 9 about her actions, saying, "it's the least i can do. keep the conversation going," all in response to capper nick's refusal to during the anthem. she helped the united states win the world cup last year, and she played in the rio olympics. actress and comedian leslie jones is making a triumphant return to social media. she returned to twitter saturday night, and pledged she will always get back up. she also talked about celebrating her birthday week. the "ghostbusters" star had been harassed with racist messages on social media. personal information was hacked last month. this is mike moss's
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eating champ joey chestnut chomped his way to another victory in the national wing eating championship in buffalo, new york. this, of course, took place during the 15th annual national chicken wingfest value. buff low is known for its spicy chicken wings, and more than 70,000 people came out for this event.
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time now is 8:56. >> here are your top stories. north carolinaens are assessing the taj left behind by tropical storm hermine. governor mcrory visited tarps
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portions of the flooded lands that sited a jay isn't to fish and wildlife refuges, which are not equipped to handle heavy rainfall else, and can send overflow gushing on to neighborhood farms. many drivers are taking 158 instead. . we're sad to say today is your final chance catch the durham bulls in action. . the team will pull out all the stops for the season's last game. and one last lap by willie bull on his go cart. >> . >> rocksboro now at 61, as is raleigh durham. satellite and radar showing, toward the end of this
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virginia, nearby north carolina. we may see a few of those in our skies, especially for the eastern half of the viewing area this afternoon. should reach about 79 degrees by lunch time. by 3, 4:00, we hit our high of 86 with low humidity down to 74 by 8:00 p.m. with clear skies. back to you. >> thanks, mike. are you one of the many people who check their phone every 5 minutes? turns out it's most of us. more than half of us say we would like to unplug during vacation, but we county. maybe you need to get in on the digital detox. we'll have more about that coming up today at noon. >> that's our news for now. oh yea, everything is digital now-a-days. this thing never leaves my side. that is why i signed up for publix digital coupons. and i got the paper ones too. so retro... that's how i save at publix. how 'bout you? publix. where shopping is a pleasure. newspapers say it's time pat mccrory and republicans in raleigh tell the truth about our schools. instead of putting our children first,
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cuts for the wealthy and big corporations. and what are we left with? the ratio of teachers to students is worse. funds for textbooks and supplies are scarce. teaching assistants have been depleted. pat mccrory: stop taking north carolina backwards. you know, some people, they shop all over town to save money. i just go to publix, find the signs with the deals and save. when you add it all up...
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